Being a fanatic of this nutritious food source, I grow my carrots twice a year, once during spring and again in late summer, as carrots can survive frost.
Get yourself onion seedlings and plant them directly into the soil; this shortcut has served me well ever since the start of my growing days 20 years ago.
Radishes are one of the most low-maintenance vegetables to grow. I sow the seeds directly in loose, well-drained soil with moderate fertility.
I plant my beets in early spring, during the growing season’s peak, so that my red beets can get enough sunlight; it’s all about the sunlight.
I don’t worry about the frost because parsnips are hardy enough to survive the temperature drops; the frost makes them taste sweet.
Growing horseradish is simple: I plant them in spring and harvest in fall before the ground freezes.
I prefer planting turnips because they come in various colors, such as golden and bright red, and are ready in 2 months.
Sweet potatoes are a chef’s dream because of their wide culinary application. Since they love the warmth, I plant them in early summer.